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Outside view of the Space Station's Expandable Habitat
The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) is seen attached to the Tranquility module of the International Space Station on September 21, 2016. Expandable habitats, occasionally described as inflatable habitats, greatly decrease the amount of transport volume for future space missions. These “expandables” weigh less and take up less room on a rocket while allowing additional space for living and working. They also provide protection from solar and cosmic radiation, space debris, and other contaminants. Crews traveling to the moon, Mars, asteroids, or other destinations could use them as habitable structures. NASA/UPI

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Outside view of the Space Station's Expandable Habitat
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